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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Extending Fast   
    Allah says the best food is hunger, so do not pay attention to this world and what this world says, of course you have to break your fast , bu you dont have to eat much when you break your fast
    The Prophet (S) said,
    "Lord! Lead me to a deed whereby I seek nearness to You.”
    The Almighty said,
    "Make your night a day and your day a night.”
    The Prophet (S) said,
    "How so, Lord?”
    The Almighty said,
    "Turn your sleep into prayer and your food into hunger.The Prophet (S) said,
    "Lord! Lead me to a deed whereby I seek nearness to You.”
    O Ahmad (S)! Do you know during what time a servant becomes close to Allah?”
    The Prophet (S) said,
    "No, Lord, I do not.”
    The Almighty said,
    "He does so when he is either hungry or prostrating.
    "O Ahmad (S)! The people who seek the Hereafter are not pleased by food ever since they came to know their Lord,...."
    The Almighty said,
    "Make your night a day and your day a night.”
    The Prophet (S) said,
    "How so, Lord?”
    The Almighty said,
    "Turn your sleep into prayer and your food into hunger.
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    guest022017a reacted to Yabnul_Taha in Considerin' Gettin' Married. Halp!   
    What does she like? If she's into language (or music), write her the best poem (or song) you can muster, with the closing lines "will you marry me?"
    If she's into travelling, but 2 tickets to Iran and say "now, to travel together in Iran, we have to be married ;) "
    If she's into food, cook her favorite dish and put your engagement ring in the middle (if you bought her one). If you don't have a ring, then do something with her favorite dish to convey the same meaning.
    Do something unique that fits to her specific tastes.
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    guest022017a reacted to Ibn al-Hassan in What Does It Mean That Something Is Relative&abso.   
    Not quite, but you might say there is no mercy except that which is from Allah [swt].
    This hadith might help demonstrate an example of Allah [swt]'s Absoluteness:
    1 - حدثنا أحمد بن محمد بن يحيى العطار رحمه الله، قال: حدثنا أبي، عن سهل بن زياد الآدمي، عن ابن محبوب، عمن ذكره، عن أبي عبدالله عليه السلام، قال: قال رجل عنده. (الله أكبر) فقال: الله أكبر من أي شئ؟ ! فقال: من كل شئ فقال أبوعبدالله عليه السلام: حددته، فقال الرجل: كيف أقول؟ فقال: قل: الله أكبر من أن يوصف.
    1 – Ahmad b. Muhammad b. Yahya the perfumist رحمه الله narrated to us. He said: My father narrated to me from Sahl b. Ziyad al-Adami from Ibn Mahbub from the one who he mentioned from Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام. He said: A man who was with him said “Allahu akbar”. So he said: Allah is greater than which thing? So he said: From everything. So Abu `Abdillah عليه السلام said: You have limited Him. So the man said: How should I say? So he said: Allah is greater than that He be described.
    http://www.*******.org/hadiths/kitab-at-tawhid/chapter-46
    (wasalam)
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    guest022017a reacted to Ibn al-Hassan in What Does It Mean That Something Is Relative&abso.   
    In the context of a philosophical (and perhaps theological) discourse, what we mean by Allah [swt] as the Absolute is that there are no limitations or constraints that can be attached to Him, neither in terms of time nor space. You have to keep in mind that Allah [swt] operates in the Absolute Realm, where there is no concept of time or space. Time is only real insofar as it is relative. There is no before or after for Allah [swt] rather He is Fixed. He is the Creator of time. That is, whatever He created (although, even when we say 'He created', it implies a moment in time, but unfortunately there are limitations to language), His creation became something relative to Him. So, the concept of time can only be applied to His creation, everything that exists in the Cosmos that is. So, He is the Pole around which all things revolve and stand relative to. Therefore, in the Absolute Realm, God does not know the future or the past, He only knows the now. He is knowledgeable about the present, since He only lives in the present and everything happens in the present (according to His view). He occupies no space either. If He did, that would be another limitation for Him. And such cannot be the case. So, Absoluteness basically entails the Transcendence of Allah [swt]. It places Him properly outside of His Creation. Remember, Say: He, Allah, is One. Allah is He on Whom all depend. He begets not, nor is He begotten. And none is like Him. (112:1-4)
    (wasalam)
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    guest022017a got a reaction from hussain abass 98 in Grave   
    if you dont remove every filth from your heart you will suffer sever consequence in the grave
    also having faith is not a state of mind, it is a state of heart an if a person gain faith he/she will know it via God's affirmation and that faith will enlighten them about the truth, there would be no doubts or questions about it and you will see the rest of your evil that needs to be worked on
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Learning From Iran   
    i would really like to know how people deem and understand this "strong"?
    i am not saying that the aforementioned are not strong or are strong, but what are we talking about here? military might? the strength of faith? strength of number? strength of courage to face overwhelming foes and consequences? or something else?
    i know that there are an organized military battalions in Iran and Hezbollah and so forth
    but me personally when i meet people, from Iran and other places(students i met at university and islamic centers) i find all of them to be same, complaining about he same things, marriage, lifes problems and issues
    i am still waiting to meet "strong" people, one thing that dissapoints me , and i am talking about our local communities, they seem to be very political etc, and they wave the yellow flags and chant Iranian slogans, but in life they are just as ordinary as anyone else, they are infatuated in the world, they have bias and prejudice, they dont think critically or intellectually , rather they repeat herisay
    like the issue of syria, everyone has taken a side and wishes death on the other, instead of wishing guidance unity and understanding, i personally know sunnis, they are good people, yes they too are politically minded and think the other as demons, but their intentions are not evil, they have just "heard" how the other party "rapes and pillages" so from one side you have one calling the other rapists, and on the other side the same story, i personally believe Israel has agents whom create this fitna as they are masters of holywood so for them to create "home videos" and pictures etc they do with delight and ease, and the people from both side eat it up like a hungry baby, and they just wear the colours of the opposing team , and take pleasure in raping and maltreating and toruting
    to me strength is not about standing in front of an army, but strength in been able to find the truth and tolerate the other in order to sort the issue out, not be fooled by the cheap lies that are sold and the cheap efforts made to continue all the wars etc
    all i see is one angry side against another angry side, and anger does not lay with any "strong" army, anger lies with weak people who have no courage and are motivated by secterian differences , even if it be our side, the way that the response has been, has only added fuel to a very high burning fire
    strength is not to be fooled by the enemies lies and the Dajjal's greatest work
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in A Question   
    an enemey is the one whom knowingly or uknowingly sabotages your effort to get to your goals, somebody who intercepts and puts obstacles in your path
    and an enemy can be somebody whom you ideologically see as a friend, or somebody close to you, somebody far from you, or somebody you know well or dont know at all
    your enemy can be an object or a person, a country or a street, whatever qualifies as something which hinders your path to you goal, and tries to stop you from being free
    your biggest enemy is the one whom is most closest to you, your own self that stops you from being free
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Ruq in A Question   
    an enemey is the one whom knowingly or uknowingly sabotages your effort to get to your goals, somebody who intercepts and puts obstacles in your path
    and an enemy can be somebody whom you ideologically see as a friend, or somebody close to you, somebody far from you, or somebody you know well or dont know at all
    your enemy can be an object or a person, a country or a street, whatever qualifies as something which hinders your path to you goal, and tries to stop you from being free
    your biggest enemy is the one whom is most closest to you, your own self that stops you from being free
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Aftahb in Learning From Iran   
    i would really like to know how people deem and understand this "strong"?
    i am not saying that the aforementioned are not strong or are strong, but what are we talking about here? military might? the strength of faith? strength of number? strength of courage to face overwhelming foes and consequences? or something else?
    i know that there are an organized military battalions in Iran and Hezbollah and so forth
    but me personally when i meet people, from Iran and other places(students i met at university and islamic centers) i find all of them to be same, complaining about he same things, marriage, lifes problems and issues
    i am still waiting to meet "strong" people, one thing that dissapoints me , and i am talking about our local communities, they seem to be very political etc, and they wave the yellow flags and chant Iranian slogans, but in life they are just as ordinary as anyone else, they are infatuated in the world, they have bias and prejudice, they dont think critically or intellectually , rather they repeat herisay
    like the issue of syria, everyone has taken a side and wishes death on the other, instead of wishing guidance unity and understanding, i personally know sunnis, they are good people, yes they too are politically minded and think the other as demons, but their intentions are not evil, they have just "heard" how the other party "rapes and pillages" so from one side you have one calling the other rapists, and on the other side the same story, i personally believe Israel has agents whom create this fitna as they are masters of holywood so for them to create "home videos" and pictures etc they do with delight and ease, and the people from both side eat it up like a hungry baby, and they just wear the colours of the opposing team , and take pleasure in raping and maltreating and toruting
    to me strength is not about standing in front of an army, but strength in been able to find the truth and tolerate the other in order to sort the issue out, not be fooled by the cheap lies that are sold and the cheap efforts made to continue all the wars etc
    all i see is one angry side against another angry side, and anger does not lay with any "strong" army, anger lies with weak people who have no courage and are motivated by secterian differences , even if it be our side, the way that the response has been, has only added fuel to a very high burning fire
    strength is not to be fooled by the enemies lies and the Dajjal's greatest work
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    guest022017a reacted to IbnSohan in Is There A Difference Between Muslim And Believer?   
    a believer is at a higher degree than a muslim:
    The bedouins say, "We have believed." Say, "You have not [yet] believed; but say [instead], 'We have submitted,' for faith has not yet entered your hearts. And if you obey Allah and His Messenger, He will not deprive you from your deeds of anything. Indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful."
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    guest022017a got a reaction from wayfarer. in The Memory Of Water   
    I will go with studies conducted by professors opinions. Its easy to criticize but i am certain that the Professors who are well versed in the field would take what you say into considerations, and he has done his studies as opposed to your theory and provided the evidene. Theoretical world and experimental world can be so different apart. Besides the Imams and the Prophet had advised us to read prayers before we eat or drink, that alone is proof for the argument.
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    guest022017a got a reaction from wayfarer. in The Memory Of Water   
    i have a book from Dr. Masaru Emoto about the study of effects on water from words spoken and written, and it is 100 true and guaranteed , peace be on Imam Husayn and Abbas and all the martyrs of Kerbala
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    guest022017a reacted to wayfarer. in The Memory Of Water   
    The memory of water
    By Dr Abbas and Dr Israh Tejani


    "And among His Signs is that …He sends down water from the sky, and therewith revives the earth after its death. Verily, in that are indeed signs for a people who understand." (Holy Qur’an 30:24)

    Water is a simple substance that is often taken for granted. Yet through its intricate properties, its existence allows life, as every living being in this world contains water. The human being is made up of 70% water, much like the world itself.
    A theory was put forward in 1988 by Jacques Beneviste that water is capable of having a memory, a theory that was subsequently rigorously tested by hundreds of experiments, majority of which confirmed this hypothesis. Recently in Japan, Dr. Emoto performed an experiment where he put some normal tap water into several test tubes. He then said different words, blowing into a different test tube each time he had said a different word. He subsequently used an electron microscope to see the shape of the crystalline structure of the water in each test tube, and compared it to the pictures he had taken before. The results were astonishing, for the shape of the water changed depending on what word was said – it “remembered” the word. Other studies have shown that the shape of water can have a great impact on the body – a good shape can help restore or keep the body in a state of health, whilst a bad shape can lead to many diseases, one of which is cancer.
    This idea is extremely relevant to some of the things we have been taught in Islam. As a child I was always taught the importance of saying “Bismillah” before eating or drinking anything. Dr. Emoto found that the word “God” transformed the water into a beautiful shape. As 70% of the human body is made up of water, and a lot of our foods contain water, saying “bismillah” before eating will help to change not only the crystalline shape of what we are about to consume into a nice, harmonious structure, but also help to refine the cells in our body, helping us become stronger against disease.
    As I was growing up, I used to see my mother blow into a glass of water after reciting duas, something that is highly emphasised in Islam. We are sometimes even taught to wash ayaats of the Holy Qur’an and to drink this water. It is natural to question this practice, as at first sight it does not seem to make logical sense. However, the impact that reciting dua has on the shape of the water molecule was tested by Dr. Emoto. The pictures below illustrate his findings.




    We see that after the dua was recited, the water changed into a beautiful, symmetrical shape. Through this, we can begin to understand why reciting du’as or the Holy Qur’an upon water can provide us with a cure. In fact, there has recently been much discussion and research regarding ‘digital biology.’ This is where waves are fired at a drug from a transmitter, and the scattering pattern of the waves is then collected at the receiver. The waves that are collected at the receiver are then fired at a glass of water, and the patient asked to drink it. A study conducted by Thomas found that treating a human breast tumour in mice with water that had been transformed in this way from the audio signal of Taxol® (usually used to treat breast cancer) showed just as much statistical significance as treating it with the drug itself (ie, it was just as beneficial as taking the drug itself)
    It is only natural that we then turn and think about the events that took place on the 10th of Muharram. Hazrat Abbas (as) took a handful of water from the Euphrates, looked into it and then threw it down. However, his influence upon the water was so great that the Euphrates now remains in constant circumambulation (tawaaf) around his grave. In addition to this, Dr. Emoto found that saying the word ‘peace’ over the water gave it an almost perfect shape. If we cast our minds back to the moment when Imam Hussain (as) was delivering his last will to Imam Sajjad (as), we realise the wisdom of his words when he said: “When my shi’a drink a cool glass of water, tell them to send me their salaam.”
    In trying to look for the perfect crystalline structure of water, Dr. Emoto stumbled upon the perfect combination, which is love plus gratitude. Just one of these is not enough. Love needs to be based in gratitude, and gratitude needs to be based in love. The Holy Qur’an tells us time and time again to continue giving thanks for what we have, and we can now begin to see the wisdom behind that command. Sometimes, when we cannot see the immediate results of our prayers, we think that we have failed. But one thing that Dr. Emoto's photographs show is that the mere thought of failure itself becomes represented in the physical objects that surround us. Upon reading this short article, perhaps we can begin to realise that even when immediate results are invisible to the unaided human eye, they are there. When we love our own bodies, they respond. When we express our love to God and other fellow human beings, they respond. And now we have seen before our eyes the proof that water is far from inanimate – it is actually alive and responsive to our every thought and emotion. Perhaps, having seen this, we can begin to really understand the tremendous power that we possess, and through choosing our thoughts and intentions, we can heal ourselves and the earth. If only we believe.
    “The cure is within you but you do not see. The illness is from you but you do not realise. Do you think you are but an insignificant mass, whilst within you lies a great universe?”-- Imam Ali (as)
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Brained in Family   
    just be patient, Allah is with those who are patient
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Wind Chimes in Family   
    just be patient, Allah is with those who are patient
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Mushkil Kusha in Family   
    just be patient, Allah is with those who are patient
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Kamranistan in What Are Your Routine Waza'ef?   
    one of the best ones to do during this month is 100 times ihklaas every night, you can feel the spirituality protruding through from that
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    guest022017a got a reaction from BaqiyatullahY in Family   
    just be patient, Allah is with those who are patient
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    guest022017a got a reaction from Ali Musaaa :) in Family   
    just be patient, Allah is with those who are patient
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Family   
    just be patient, Allah is with those who are patient
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    guest022017a got a reaction from BaqiyatullahY in What Are Your Routine Waza'ef?   
    one of the best ones to do during this month is 100 times ihklaas every night, you can feel the spirituality protruding through from that
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in What Are Your Routine Waza'ef?   
    one of the best ones to do during this month is 100 times ihklaas every night, you can feel the spirituality protruding through from that
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    guest022017a got a reaction from -Enlightened in What Are Your Routine Waza'ef?   
    one of the best ones to do during this month is 100 times ihklaas every night, you can feel the spirituality protruding through from that
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    guest022017a got a reaction from guest040515 in Hezbollah Losses?   
    its rajab, i would love to die in this month, especially during the day and fasting, your pretty much entering heaven with one step
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    guest022017a got a reaction from hasanhh in Birds In The House Keep Evil Away?   
    such superstition is reminiscent of pagan beliefs and has no place in Islam, not the mention the ignorance associated with it
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